Massachusetts gets to show off for the next four days as biotech leaders from around the world will come to Boston for the Bio Conference.
We all deal with more technology at work and home these days, but how about when you go out to eat? Many restaurants are now serving a side order of electronics as well as their popular dishes.
What do you get the pet that has everything? From iPhone apps to eco-friendly beds, there’s some more advanced options beyond a rawhide bone or catnip mouse.
Meeting people and becoming friends isn’t like it used to be. While there are still chance meet ups and introductions by friends, more people are meeting online first.
It used to be that we would take out a pen and paper and handwrite a note when needed. Now in business communication it’s more common to receive an email or even a text. But is that acceptable?
While many employers still aren’t hiring in Massachusetts, large technology companies are an exception, especially when it comes to jobs in research and development.
Fresh off its shellacking of two human champions of the “Jeopardy!” television show, a computer program developed by IBM Corp. will soon get a workout in two hospitals that have signed up to test the technology.
U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu says three Massachusetts companies will receive $12.6 million from the federal government to help develop the country’s advanced solar energy technologies.
A tech-lover could spend hours browsing Brookstone’s newest gadgets.
Hour 1: Wallach’s brain has a technical malfunction. Bruins talk- Why would Bruins trade Marc Savard? Devils sign worst deal in sports history. Male Bag- Gary Carter, Hits the J Guy, lip smacker.